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SGTM 15: Logistics in Peacekeeping

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1 SGTM 15: Logistics in Peacekeeping

2 Basic logistics Logistics to support peacekeeping Reimbursement to Governments Support for military observers, police officers Medical support in the field Frequently asked questions

3 Logistics – the means for supplying personnel, materials and services in timely and effective ways
“Providing what you need, when you need it and where you need it”

4 Basic needs – Water, food, clothing, shelter
Operational needs – Medical facilities, transport, maintenance, material

5 Logistical support needs – A system with people, procedures, infrastructure

6 Special considerations:
Scale of operation, existing infrastructure Basics – Water, food, fuel, medical Complex arrangement – Transport, maintenance, material

7 MOU details who provides what
CAO supervises all spending

8 Self-sustainability up to 3 months for contingents in new missions

9 “Wet lease” – UN pays more; country provides mission with logistical support
“Dry lease” – UN pays less; missions provides logistical support

10 Formed units: Self-sufficient? Wet or dry lease?

11 Troop-contributing country
United Nations Logistics Base (Brindisi, Italy) Civilian contractors Other Member States

12 Specialists’ increment 303 Clothing, equipment 68 Weapon, ammunition 5
UN reimbursements to contributing countries (in US$ per month, per person of formed units) Peacekeeper 1,028 Specialists’ increment Clothing, equipment Weapon, ammunition

13 UN military observers, police observers
Deployed as individuals Receive personal MSA Receive vehicles, other equipment May receive support of formed units

14 Casualties’ first medical support: training
Level I: Medical clinics – Formed units Level II: Field hospitals – Surgical units Level III: Field hospitals – Major capabilities Level IV: Hospitals – Definitive care

15 Will the United Nations provide me with uniforms?
What about my welfare? How do I send letters home to my family? How much equipment and/or luggage may I take on deployment or rotation flights? What about medical services in the mission area?

16 CAO supervises logistics system of mission
Summary CAO supervises logistics system of mission Support for formed units is based on MOU UN reimburses country for peacekeepers, equipment Different support system for individual military, police officers

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